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In a recent publication from the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, researchers identified >11,000 distinct structural variations among participants with autism spectrum disorder. These results provide new insights into the extent and diversity of structural variation present in the morbid human genome.
The InPSYght schizophrenia and bipolar disorder sequencing project seeks to produce Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) data to identify variants associated with disease, build a reference panel of structural events and haplotypes to impute into large genotype data sets, and create and share data and methods with the community.
Check out our growing list of resources and learn how to make the most of the human genome with Linked-Reads.
In a recent publication, researchers at the University of Hong Kong used 10x Linked-Reads in the prenatal identification of single gene disorders.
Recently, we got to talk to Dr. Charlly Kao of CHOP about how Linked-Reads play a part in his current research, possible future applications, and why 10x technology is so exciting.
Linked-Read data generated by the Chromium™ Genome Solution can be used for MHC analysis with Long Ranger™ Software.
In a recently published paper, entitled “Assembly of the Complete Sitka Spruce Chloroplast Genome Using 10X Genomics’ GemCode Sequencing Data” researchers used GemCode’s novel Linked-Read data type for de novo assembly of a complete chloroplast genome.
  We are excited to introduce the latest evolution in 10x Chromium Software, Supernova 1.1, Long Ranger 2.1 and Loupe 2.1.